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"A Name Worth Steeling"
by
Debra Talley
Tune: "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face," from My Fair Lady
Originally printed in Our Favorite Things 7
 

Remington:

I've grown accustomed to the name;
With it my whole life you have changed.
And though I've used a hundred names
And thrown them all away,
The name of Steele is here to stay.
I'm not the man I used to be;
You've set my shackled spirit free.
Now I am on the straight and narrow
And I owe it all to you;
Thanks to you the past is dead
And all things seem brand new.
The future never looked so bright--
Life never felt so right--
I owe it to that name!
 
Laura:
I've grown accustomed to the name;
With it my whole life you have changed.
You took my neatly ordered world
And turned it upside down;
Because of you, new life I've found.
Your past may be a mystery,
But that's all ancient history.
I found a disillusioned wanderer
And I simply changed his name;
Ever since that magic day
I've not been quite the same.
My secret fantasy came true
The day that I met you--
I owe it to that name.
 

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The characters of Remington Steele are used without permission.
All original lyrics copyrighted 1982-2008 by Debra Talley for entertainment purposes only.